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    Anyone know an estimated/rough "total shipping/taxes cost" (in $US) for a Symphonic library shipped to Australia (or NZ) from your experience...

    Assuming the Symphonic library is valued at $1,000 US- purchased online.

    I've heard it can get really expensive.

    (thanks for your feedback earlier Scott.)

    Regards.
    evaclear
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    Re: Shipping to Australia...

    I paid 110$ Au

    fedex
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    Re: Shipping to Australia...

    Quote Originally Posted by Theodor
    I paid 110$ Au

    fedex

    Sounds ok. Thanks for that.
    evaclear
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    Re: Shipping to Australia...

    I don't know the precise way that it was determined, but from my (limited) experience it usually weighed in at about 10 - 15% of the cost of the package.

    Keep in mind, that one benefit coming from the recent Aus-US FTA that our scurrilous leader(s) so unhesitantly dragged us all into - and currently in effect - means that you will probably not have to pay any duty at all.

    Still, don't quote me on that...

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    Re: Shipping to Australia...

    Since everything is pre-paid with paypal or other way , how does fedex know the price of the package ? And why should they actually
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    Re: Shipping to Australia...

    Quote Originally Posted by Theodor
    Since everything is pre-paid with paypal or other way , how does fedex know the price of the package ?
    All International shippers (UPS, FedEx, USPS, DHL) require the shipper to state the monetary value of the shipped goods. This declaration is also required by the importing countrie's Customs department.

    The U.S. for example, has a very detailed "Customs Duty" document that specifies different import duties based on the type of product and the country of origin.

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